Tag: Ancient History

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  • The Adventure Begins

    *(Ancient History)* This story begins in the local tavern, where many adventures begin, in the city of Vaa, in the nation of [[Ostai]]. Inside is a rowdy, flame-haired dwarven woman, named [[:tekh]], drinking dwarven ale and lamenting loudly at the …

  • Dinner With The Gods

    *(Ancient History)* The party awoke with all members seated at a lavish table in the midst of... nothing. They are surround by a white mist on all sides. It is as if they were seated in the middle of a cloud. At the head of the table was an elderly, …

  • Vidoon Hijinx

    *(Ancient History)* The party reaches Vidoon, the capital of [[Ceorther]], the [[Dwarf | Dwarven]] nation. It has been a long and uneventful journey through the trade tunnels under the Worldspine Mountain Range, which divides the nations of [[Ostai]] …

  • Investigation and Exploration

    *(Ancient History)* Just as [[:cham-leon | Cham]], [[:rit-chan-diddle | Rit]], and [[:tekh | Tekh]] get ready to enter the grounds of Willi Longbeard's mansion, Cham manages to convince them to wait until [[:ferasar | Ferasar]] gets back from talking …

  • Breaking and Entering

    *(Ancient History)* As the noise dies down from the fight with the two priests, our heroes hear noises from behind a door. There are the sounds of small explosions and shouts of "Hurry, you fools," and "They could be here any moment!" [[:rit-chan- …

  • A Night of Betrayal

    *(Ancient History)* The rest of the journey to Harraspor is largely uneventful. They arrive in the outskirts of the town just as evening begins to fall, and decides to stay in the first inn they come to. Tehk, of course, proceeds directly to the bar …

  • Diplomatic Blunder

    *(Ancient History)* Ferasar and the pixies clean up Tehk's body as best they can, and take her with them out of the town where they bury her with all due solemnity. As they dig, they discuss how they should go about finding Cham and completing their …

  • Closing the Factory

    *(Ancient History)* The magnificent white horse, who Rit-Chan-Diddle calls Peg, the Mount of Heroes, ran like the wind; indeed faster than the wind. A journey that would have taken a normal horse a week or more is made in a couple of hours. Ferasar …

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